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This Group Has Big Plans for This Ossining Bicentennial Year

Meet the Ossining Bicentennial Committee that's planning fun and fulfilling activities and events in the arts, history, TV and more.

As we kick off the bicentennial year of the founding of Ossining, it seems appropriate to introduce the volunteers who will be making everything happen.

The Bicentennial Committee is bringing a big outdoor sculpture exhibit to town; planning a weekend riverfront festival; publishing a cookbook; organizing tours, contests, movies in the parks; and more.

You'll hear a lot about it all on Patch in the coming months. To kick off our coverage, we wanted to start with kudos to the folks doing the work. 

Ossining Bicentennial Committee Chairpersons

Briarcliff/Ossining Ministerial Society Committee...Lynda Clements

Commemorative Postmark and Postcard Committee...Miguel Hernandez and John Wunderlich

Community Reading Program Committee...Molly Robbins

Cookbook Committee...Gayle Palmieri and Bob Daraio

Dine Around Committee...Cecilia Gutierez and John Wunderlich

Biggest Loser Contest Committee...Sulekkha Zaug

Grants & Foundation Committee...Valerie Monastra

Historical Tours Committee...Miguel Hernandez

Journal Cover Committee...John Wunderlich

Logo Committee...Dr. Angela White

Movies in the Park Committee...Kevin Sylvester

Sing Sing Department of Corrections Committee...George Camp

Youth Programs Committee...Dr. Angela White

Bicentennial Committee Members

George Camp (Chair)

William Hanauer (Honorary Chair)

Christina Papes

Angela White

Bob Hooley, Jr.

Kevin Sylvester

Miguel Hernandez

Lindsey Farrell

MaryAnn Roberts

Lynda Clements

Mark Sarazen

Cecilia Gutierrez

Omar Herrera

Richard Leins

John Wunderlich

Jerry Faiella

Frank Lynette

Molly Robbins

Joe Clark

Tom Reddy

Jason Lorenz

Gayle Palmieri

Robert Daraio

Martha Mesiti

John Giralomo

Lori Fetonti

Douglas Thomas

Sulekha Zaug

Valerie Monastra

Ingrid Richards


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